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Rev. Matthew Mead of Christ Church to speak on antisemitism and racism at Rotary meeting on Wednesday

Editor’s note: This press release was provided by the Rotary Club of the Pelhams. The Pelham Examiner publishes press releases in the form received as a service to the community.

Antisemitism and racism will be the topics of a talk by Rev. Matthew Mead, Rector of Christ Church, at a luncheon meeting of the Rotary Club of the Pelhams this Wednesday, Sept. 20, at 12:15pm at Rockwells restaurant.

Members of the community are invited to attend along with members of Rotary Club. The cost of the luncheon is $25 per person.

Rev. Mead said he will speak about antisemitism and racism from the perspective of the Episcopal Church.

Rotary Club of the Pelhams meets twice a month on Wednesdays for lunch at Rockwells and welcomes a variety of speakers. Anyone interetsed in joining the club should contact Marty Ketels ([email protected]) for information. Visit to learn more about recent activities involving the club.

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    Natali WindSep 19, 2023 at 8:34 pm

    Would be great if someone could elaborate on what “from the perspective of the Episcopal Church” means. How about a talk on antisemitism from the perspective of the people who have actually experienced it?